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next, 24 hours a day? >> reporter: possibly. noria says it will effect her church, she knows why. >> it is the money. the city needs money. not just with the parking meter on sunday. >> reporter: the law will net the city an extra $2 million a year. >> i am a long time resident of the city of san francisco and i do not approve of what the board of supervisors have done. >> reporter: in the marina where parking is like a competitive sport. the law is not getting support, either. >> hurts the small businessman. a lot of people come here for the restaurants and the stores on the weekend, a lot of them will not come. >> reporter: and they see it as something that has been in the works for a long time. >> it is them not planning well and thinking ahead and not being able to be decisive when it counted. kicking the can down there. kick the can down the street. >> now we have to pay. >> exactly. >> the law goes into effect from noon until 6:00. if you feed the meter, that that is still illegal. reporting from san francisco, cbs 5. >>> local transit agencies are offering free rides fo
areas and even parts of napa aren't taking any chances. city trucks delivered 50 tons of sand to this lot at first street and freeway drive and folks were filling bags as quickly as the sand came in. folks june and her husband. >> the situation is i live on a creek. we had a big rain, as you know, thursday night and the water came up to almost the top of the retaining wall. so we decided sandbags were a good idea for tonight. >> are you afraid the water might come over the wall? >> absolutely. absolutely. >> reporter: city officials wrapped up a meeting to discuss flooding. >> at this point, if the projections of the rainfall totals are accurate, we're probably looking at street flooding, intersections being flooded, nothing terribly serious. and i say that with a caveat. >> reporter: a caveat meaning don't let us yet. folks who know they live in trouble spots are busy tonight trying to make sure they stay dry. now, city and county officials will meet once again in the morning to do their c alculations. >>> cbs 5 reporter anne makovec checked on other troublesome areas. >> the
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